Aircraft Examples or definitions

TrapAv8r

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Neal,
This is a minor issue, but is there a way you can put definitions in the logbook. For instance, define what it means to be a complex orhigh performance and explain the differentpower characteristicsandaircraft classifications (such as normal or utility). Also, is there a way to have a table of typical aircraft? For instance, most Cessna 172s are not complex, high performance, or retractable. Also, is an T-38 considered high performance, normal, etc? (I think it has more than 200 horsepower, but does that really apply to the F.A.R. definition? It would help a caveman like me.

Thanks,
Scott
 

Neal Culiner

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Scott,


Logbook Pro serves the world and therefore definitions for you and I may not be the same for others. Therefore I can only provide "placeholders" and you can use them as your regulations require. You may want to ask some of the "how to log" questions as well as find help for your airline prep over at http://forums.flightinfo.com.


 
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